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>> okay, we know where we're added after this. >> >> melissa louay, the deadly shooting in maryland, a crime hitting close to home. we will have a live report. >> if everybody wants to get home. we just have to wait. >> along weight could come to an end for stranded passengers as the european skies begin to reopen. >> today toyota will announce whether it will pay up. good morning washinton begins right now. >> live, and in high definition, this is abc 7's good morning washington, on your side. >> good monday morning, washington. i am doug mcelway. >> i am natasha, in for alison starling. let's go to meteorologist brian
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van de graaff. >> temperatures in the 30's in the outlying suburbs. a frost advisory. in the immediate metro area the growing season begins on april 15. in the 30's in middletown. 44 degrees in springfield. 44 in college park. west of the city from fairfax and loudoun and prince william, there's a trust advisory until 8:00 this morning. mid afternoon it will be in the mid 60's and much more comfortable. -- frost advisory. >> their clearing overnight construction. north into baltimore and out to the airport are good. let's take you live across the potomac river at the american river bridge, moving nicely on this side of the beltway. back to the news desk. >> our top story, two students
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shot at a maryland college, one of them fatally. both were from the metro region. we are learning more about the crime and the victims. brianne carter has details. >> good morning. two students shot, both played on the university basketball team. ellis hartridge from d.c. was wounded, but expected to survive. his teammate brandon carroll died. the university president says the school will feel the impact of the loss for a long time. >for brandon carroll, basketball was a part of life, a life that was cut short. >> i don't want anyone to be in a situation like this. we've always told him to be very careful. >> he and his teammates were shot during an off-campus disputes and frostburg state university. a fellow student, 21-year-old
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tyrone hall, fired two rounds from a shotgun, wounding one and killing brandon carroll. >> i was very surprised. >> d'or prada group that went to hall, home to assault him after he allegedly assaulted a roman earlier at a party. >> i am quite sure, had he known what was waiting for him, he probably would not have gone. he would have let cooler heads prevail. >> hall is facing multiple charges. frostburg state university government association will hold a candlelight vigil for the memory of brandon carroll on tuesday night at 8:30. brianne carter reporting. thank you. grief counselors will be in northwest d.c. middle school
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when students return to class. this is the first day of classes at shaw middle school since principal brian betts was found shot to death in his sober spring home thursday night. a makeshift memorial has been set up an outside the school. more in a couple of minutes. >> the airline's shutdown caused by the volcano in iceland are taking a toll on the economy. it's costing the aviation industry $200 million a day. europe has not seen such travel disruptions in decades. millions of passengers are stranded because of a cloud of ash blanketing much of europe. at local airports, people are wondering how long they will have to wait before going all. >> be have stayed at the airport hotel, but it's kind of expensive. but the flights of books, everybody wants to get home. we just have to wait. >> you cannot get to london and brussels for germany. there's no way i would.
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>> major airlines said test flights into european aerospace yesterday and found no damage from the volcanic ash. but the skies over europe remain unstable, according to meet urologists. >> news about toyota, the auto maker is expected to pay a record fine over its handling of defective gas pedals in its vehicles. officials say toyota will not contest the 16.4 million dollar fine. it knew about the sticca gas pedals in september but did not issue a recall until december. -- sticky gas pedal. countrywide home financial is getting scrutinized. a grand jury began hearing testimony from the company last year. >> gun rights supporters will have rallies in the dc area today. there will be one of the
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washington monument to call on the government to protect the second amendment right to bear arms. in virginia several dozen people armed with weapons will hold a protest march at bradley point. the group says it intends to be the first to hold a gun demonstration at a national parks. nearly 80% of people polled say they don't trust washington to solve the nation's problems. 22% say they can trust the government. nearly half say the government has a negative effect on their daily lives. most participants said washington is too against powerful and interferes too much in state and local matters. >> still ahead, 15 years since one of the deadliest terror attacks on american soil. we will see how oklahoma city is marking the anniversary. >> cutting the congestion on one of our area's busiest highways. if local leaders want to hear from you. >> it's only 44 degrees in
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>> good morning. brian van de graaff outside in the studio -- outside the studio in roslyn. some areas west of the district are under or frost advisory until 8:00. the way to determine where to put the frost advisories is when the growing season begins. its april 15 in the immediate metro area, april 30 farther to the west. we have a couple of 30's on the map, far off to the north and west. as we go through the day the temperatures will be a lot wilder than yesterday. it will be in the 60's with a lot of sunshine. a better day ahead. a pretty nice day tomorrow. some rain possibly by mid-week. we will talk about that in a moment. let's ask lisa baden about the commutes in just a second. >> my answer would be that things look great.
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overnight construction is gone. no accidents blocking anything right now. let's first go to our camera on 270 traffic out of frederick county and montgomery, moving nicely close to 109. 395 has a wreck in the hov lane northbound at duke street now out of the roadway. no delays. back to you. thank you. officials are asking for your help on how to ease congestion on 66. a town hall meeting tonight at the fairfax county government center if to focus on a proposal that treaty existing infrastructure. one proposal is to have rapid transit lines on 66. officials will have a presentation tonight on how the buses would work. >> it's 5:00 in lebanon as monday morning, 43 degrees. >> a political battle over monday morning, 43 degrees. >> a political battle over apple
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>> you are watching good morning washington. with doug mcelway, alison starling, meteorologist brian van de graaff, and lisa baden with traffic. this is good morning washington on your side. >> in our top stories, two college students from our area were the victims of a deadly shooting near frostburg state university in western maryland. if 21-year-old tyrone hall of glen burnie shot 21-year-old brandon carroll of waldorf and 21-orla ellis hartridge of dc. the faces several charges. today marks the 15th anniversary of the oklahoma city bombing, one of the deadliest terror attacks on u.s. soil. survivors, family members of hundreds of others were gathered to commemorate the anniversary. 168 people killed when a truck bomb exploded outside a federal
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building on april 19, 1995. it appears the space shuttle discovery will get extra time in orbit, scheduled to land around 9:00 this morning. but rain at the kennedy space center may keep the astronauts in space a little longer. it has two opportunities to land today. >> students and teachers from shaw middle school go back to class today with heavy hearts. the community is still morning loss of a popular principal brian betts, found dead thursday at his home. we are live outside the school this morning with what administrators are doing to help students cope with loss. >> good morning. the officials will try to bring back a sense of normalcy at shaul middle school. classes resume today if, but some scheduled to as much as -- scheduled assessment tests have been postponed so staff and students can have grief counseling.
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>> i think we go through moments of shock, moments of disbelief. >> jennifer altomare drove to shaw middle school sunday to meet students and co-workers of verse slain brother brian betts. >> this was his dream and his calling, was to help kids and work with them. >> the staff members say he was the model principle. >> one-of-a-kind. very knowledgeable, very honest, brutally honest, very funny. >> absent from school thursday, police found him shot dead fish in the bedroom of his maryland's all. there have been tearful vigils and gatherings. >> this man truly enjoyed his job. you could tell he was so pleased to be there for the students. but police found his car saturday in southeast. they think he might known as kiln because there was no forced entry.
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whoever did this, it's a devastating loss of a beloved agitator. >> he never let us go down on our tests. he did nice things for shaw. >> we are at shaw middle school in northwest. several floors and notes posted on the front door. students will return to class today. his family is planning a memorial and planning to set up a scholarship fund in his honor. live in northwest, abc 7 news. thank you. time for traffic and weather everton minutes, not to lisa baden. >> we hope things are moving slowly on this monday. >> right now all around the region running smoothly, including beltway and interstate travel. no problems into the district. off route 4, route 5, 228, to attend as well. looks good in southeast, in and
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out of baltimore. nothing out of the north. southbound to 7270, looks good, traffic out of frederick and montgomery county on the camera. >> most of our temperatures are in the 40's. a freeze morning until 8:00. temperatures may not be cold enough for the frost. is 39 in manassas -- in damascus, 39 in southern maryland. there's a frosted veirs request of the city from fairfax, loudoun, prince william, mainly in the panhandle of west virginia. the growing season around the immediate metro area begins on the 15th, on the 30th's of to the west. the frost advisories go up after that, but it could be dropped
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after 6:00. yesterday the som system -- storm system was far enough that it did not impact us directly, but it was pretty cool. 59 degrees. today we look for a fair amount of sunshine, mid 50's -- mid 60's. a pretty pleasant afternoon. if lots of sunshine forecast with less wind. a light northwesterly brees. cooldown tonight, upper 30's in the suburbs, low to mid 40's downtown. we could get to nearly 70 degrees tomorrow. wednesday a little system may bring us a shot of rain. then clearing on thursday and friday. the weekend could be a little wet. temperatures in the low 70's this weekend. >> it's getting mighty drive for early spring.
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political cartoon application gets a second shot. flash might finally googled. jeremy hubbard has those stories and more. >> the tobey flash power is the animation in the vast majority of web sites. it could finally be coming to the smart phone. th-- adobe flash. you still won't find it on the ipod or ipad because apple has decided to block it. the ipad could become a must have for doctors. applications are coming on line to up doctors if keep medical records of thomas green x rays, and do research. dr. edward goldberg thinks it makes it easier to share information with patients as well. >> it's a comfortable size of with a comfortable screen. if i'm sitting with a patient, i have been charged open and they're not sure what drug they're taking, i open my iphone and showed them a picture of the
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pill and they point to the color they are taking. the ipad, it's easier to get a bigger function on it. >> medical software designers are modifying use for the ipad. a next-generati nook light we available this summer. as far as book reader is going. finally, apple rejected a political cartoon application from one man because his work ridicules public figures. apple has had a change of heart and has invited him to reapply to the application store. look for that. log on to the technology page at abcnews.com for more. i'm jeremy hubbard.
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>> it's 5:20. >> coming up, a defensive end, albert haynesworth, was in a show. we will hear from some of the athletes who dup. >> accused of molesting his oscar-winning sibling, the brother of mo'nique comes forward, at 4:00 on abc 7 on "the oprah show".
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>> game 3 is tonight in montreal for the washington capitals. they will have to play better on the road. they will have to improve. one guy was yanked from the net. one player earned points in release. >> the redskins have completed their first mini camp with a future hall of fame player. donovan mcnabb. what a world of difference is from this time last year when campbell was in that role. i decided to display a great work ethic by studying and watching films and training with these guys. >> you believe in whatever the coach tells you. if he tells you to jump off the
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roof and were going to land safely, useppa ok. >> thursday they are expected to address major deficiencies at the offensive line in the draft. >> i am looking for to donovan mcnabb. an exciting player. >> i am ready for change. >> we have 42 degrees. the news continues at 5:30. >> still ahead, european airports want to get back to business, but the travel mess and that might not be over for days. >> two students shot at a maryland university, details about who police say is responsible, coming up. >> there is a frost advisory. we will tell you wh an
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>> live, and in high definition, this is abc 7's good morning washington, on your side. >> still ahead, a deadly shooting on a maryland college campus starts close to home. good morning, washinton. if it's monday, april 19. i am doug mcelway. >> i am latasha ballot. more on that story in a moment. if first a check on the traffic and weather everton minutes. let's start with brian. >> 30's in some spots. a frost advisory. temperatures are mostly in the low 40's. it will warm up nicely. the upper 60's this week up to the low 70's. we do need some rain. at reagan national, we are 2.5 inches down for the year. it's 39 degrees at potomac.
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there's a trust advisory for western and northern virginia until 8:00. high today, 65 with less wind. lisa baden, what's going on? >> if there's a crash on 32 in columbia, md., west of 29. 32 is closed in both directions. we have plenty of traffic in virginia. 66 and 95. taking you to the geico camera on 95, headlights are not without a springfield getting into the beltway. this is southbound 270 of falls road moving nicely. the headlights. back to you. our top story is the deadly shooting at frostburg state. it hits close to home because both are from the metro area. the violence stems from a fight at an off-campus party. brianne carter is live in the newsroom with more details. >> good morning. two students shot both played on
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a university basketball team. 21-year-old ellis hartridge of d.c. was wounded but expected to survive. however, his teammate 20-year- old brandon carroll of waldorf died. university presidents as the school will feel the impact of the loss for a long time. for brandon carroll, basketball was a part of life, in life that is friends and family said it was cut short. >> i would never imagine brendan being in a situation like this, because we always told him to be very careful. >> according to police, carroll and his teammates were shot during an off-campus dispute at frostburg state university. a fellow student, a 21-year-old tyrone hall, two rounds of a 12 gauge shotgun, wounding ellis hartridge and killing brandon carroll. this was a friend of the victim. >> it was out of character. >> the two or prada group that
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went to ahlhall's home after he allegedly assaulted a woman earlier. >> had enola's waiting for him, he probably would not have gone. he probably would have waited. >> hall is facing multiple charges. according to the school's facebook page and the student government association, there will be a candlelight vigil service in memory of callum on tuesday, april 20, a decline 30 p.m. thank you. when students return to class this morning at a northwest d.c. middle school, grief counselors will be there. a makeshift memorial has been set up outside the school for brian betts. more on that in a few minutes.
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a prince george's county police detective charged with drunk driving goes on trial today. in january, officer deron russ was pulling onto central avenue in largo when his cruiser rolled over. he was off-duty. it sent him to the hospital and caused major damage to the cruiser. he was suspended with pay. >> on this fifth day of the kaplinksy aviation shutdown, signs are beginning to be available that things could be returning to normal. several countries have opened their air space this morning. airline officials hope half the scheduled flights will be able to take off today. now the latest developments from london. >> it is the largest air traffic shutdown since world war ii. nothing. >> five days since airplanes were grounded by volcanic ash from iceland. it has already cost the airlines worldwide $1 billion. is provoke a fight between the carriers and air-traffic
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controllers. european airline companies are calling for restrictions to be reassessed. test flights on the weekends were conducted by luton zook, air france, and others. they reported no problems. dangoods they're not using scientific research and instruments. they're just saying we can survive this. >> som air flightsome airplanesf today after more testing and approval. abc news, london. >> tens of thousands of people filled the streets of in krakow, poland if to say a final farewell to president lech kaczynski and his wife. their coffins were driven through the streets for a state funeral and burial.
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the volcanic ash cloud kept a number of world leaders from attending the funeral. defense secretary robert gates says a january memo that you wrote to the white house was not a wake-up call for the u.s. response to the iranian nuclear program. sources said the memo set off a scramble within the obama administration. gates says the memo identified steps that should be taken in defense planning after the white house increased the pressure on iran. he says the u.s. is prepared to take a range of actions against iran pose a nuclear program. >> the question of how to prevent another financial meltdown is sparking a battle in washington. the obama administration says it is confident financial reform will pass soon, even with some republican support. >> i believe we are very close on this, that we agree on the bulk of the things necessary to end too big to fail, to protect taxpayers.
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>> if the plan includes a $50 billion failure fund that would be paid for by banks in case one of them needs a bailout. a consumer protection office would look out for investors. the plan calls for regulation of derivatives, those complex securities that offer insurance against risk and helped lead to the collapse. >> coming up, a record fine. toyota will pay millions to settle with the government out of court. >> new details about the fight for viagra and ian virginia's budget. >> first we want to check on the traffic and weather every 10 minutes. it's 5:36 on this monday, 44 degrees
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>> i'm director of the most progressive rehabilitation center in the country. >> good morning, washington. >> they are cute. time for traffic and weather everton minutes. >> howarth things outside? >> temperatures in the 40's and even some 30's. defrosted rise request of the metro area. the national weather service has discontinued the frost advisory. however, there are still freeze
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warnings in culpeper, madison cama rappahannock, an-- madison, rappahannock, and nearby areas. it's going to be a chilly start to the date. low 70's around lunchtime. mid 60's to wrap it up. much less wind today. 5-10 miles an hour. close to 70 degrees tomorrow before some rain mid-week. now to lisa baden. >> no major problems to report. except for howard county. route 32 is closed west of 29. fairfield is doing some utility work in the area. let's go to montgomery county. on the beltway, no problems between 95 and georgia avenue. this is live at new hampshire ave.
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95 between richmond and baltimore. no deception on 66, the dollar's greenway, or the dulles toll road. thank you. 5:40 is the time. >> one airline has a new pc that will not be the industry standard. >> toyota decides not to appeal a heavy penalty. t.j. winni
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with continuing education programs to fit your schedule and lifestyle. learn more. visit... >> you are watching good morning washington. with doug mcelway, alison starling, meteorologist brian van de graaff, and lisa baden with traffic. this is good morning washington on your side. >> 5:45. two college students from our area were the victims of a shooting near frostburg state university in western maryland. 21-year-old tyrone hall shot 20- year-old brandon carroll of
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waldorf and 21-year-old ellis hartridge of d.c. hart ridge is expected to survive. gun rights supporters will have two ballots today. a demonstration of the washington monument. no guns will be allowed at that event. robert, dozens of people armed with weapons will gather at a park in northern virginia, the closest site to d.c. where guns are allowed. food, a shelter, and other aid is arriving in western china after last week's earthquake. their president paid a visit to the region. the government is going all out and he wants to know. the quake killed more than 1700 people. >> if the federal government finding toyota $16 million for its slow response to the excellus river problem. now it has just hours to
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formally decide if it will pay. >> according to the venerable grimmette, toyota knew about the problem of sudden accelerations and the brake pedals by september of 2009, but waited until january to tell regulators. if the auto giant will agree to pay a $16.4 million fine today, a maximum civil penalty allowed. >> this is a black eye for toyota because it shows the company did not care about safety, that it covered up the issue in the united states. >> while the company is likely to admit no wrongdoing, but paying the full civil penalty if it is accepting responsibility. >> toyota was once considered invincible, and they have taken a fall. >> their chief executive testified before congress, insisting the company did not try to hide anything. >> the name of the company
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stands for pride. we never run away from our problems or pretend we don't notice them. >> federal officials said they would have levied a fine of nearly $14 billion if it had been allowed. t.j. winnick, abc news. >> we have good news. aaa says gas prices are holding steady with the national average at $2.86. in the d.c. area, the average price for regular is $2.88. gas prices this summer will average $2.92. they had predicted $3. >> airline passengers may get a break for now. new york senator charles schumer says american, delta, jetblue, united, and u.s. airways have agreed not to charge passengers for carry-on bags. this came after spirit airlines announced it would charge $45 for a carry-on bag.
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>> maryland gov. martin o'malley will kick off his reelection campaign on april 27 in baltimore. he will also make stops that day at a community college in prince george's county and at a park in montgomery county. he's going to face bob ehrlich in november. >> people living in the d.c. suburbs will feel the results of state budget cuts. maryland lawmakers have cut a major road minutes funding by 90%. public safety funding by 35%. the budget slated for final approval on wednesday. it appears back the scope of state services and education, politics safety -- public safety, and health care. viagra has been covered under the state workers plan since the 1990's, but the governor wants to run of the
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coverage from the budget. -- remove the coverage. >> there is no hard frost. >> they've dropped that for the local area but it is being kept for the mountains. it was chilly last night. let's look at what's going on this morning. temperatures are in the 30's in some spots, 37 in california, maryland. 40 in fredericksburg, 42 in leesburg. you wanted jacket this morning. if this afternoon will get better. there was a freeze warning to the far west. frost in the immediate suburbs. if the freeze warning has been dropped. there's frost in southern fauquier county, page county, greene county, not in immediate metro area. it's to our south and west.
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there's a chill in the air. clouds are nonexistent. there's light winds and clear skies, setting the stage for the cooling trend. high pressure will come from the north. a storm system is going through the texas. and into louisiana. we will watch as this one. that will approached us for the middle of the week. high pressure in place, sunshine, pleasant conditions today. clear tonight. high-pressure tomorrow's deal with lots of sunshine. a good-looking tuesday. a little warmer in the seven depots. by wednesday there will be showers for midweek, mild showers. 65 degrees right now. 40's tonight. wednesday will be wet. rain could be with us by the weekend. low 70's saturday and sunday with scattered showers and storms. >> there's a crash in
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maryland's. 29 colesville road, university blvd.. a vehicle rolled over. it affects both directions of 29. heavily traveled corridor. look at all that equipment necessary. let's go to virginia. things are status quo. 95, 66, 395, just growing volume. >> imagine training for months or years for marathon and the never making it to the starting line. 3000 international runners were expected to pick up their race numbers on sunday, but many were stranded because of the volcanic ash. they tried to make accommodations. the stranded runners have until 10:00 today to pick up those numbers. >> not a bad place to be stranded, europe. >> i had someone living there
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and wanted to get to boston. >> they cannot move. >> all that training down the tubes. we hope they can get there. >> carrie underwood made country music history last night. >> the entertainer of the year is carrie underwood. >> the singer is the first woman to win the academy of country music's entertainer of the year or twice. she beat out taylor swift, kenny chesney, and the zack brown band. her songs are always on the radio right now. >> some of her peers don't think that she is really country. >> very cross over appeal. she gets a national spotlight.
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>> peers don't care about that. >> they don't. it's not true country. >> some high-school students in oakland had a disappointment. a repo man drove away with the vehicle they rented. one of the students thought it was stolen. the owner of the limousines is there was miscommunication between his lender and -- between his manager and the repo company. he will give a partial refund to good kids. better go get mom's station wagon next time. >> the minivan. 5:52 is the time and it's pretty cold. >> 43 degrees in roslyn.
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>> pope benedict is back in rome after an emotional trip to malta. he met with eight men who sayre they were abused when they were children. he says the church will do everything possible to protect children and bring abusive priests to justice. the meeting lasted 30 minutes. it was described as being intense but serene. >> i'm happy.
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>> the priest abused them when they're living in an orphanage. critics say apologies cannot replace criminal protection of predatory priests. for survivors groups as promises must be followed by actions. there is much more the second hour. >> students going back to class or the first time since their beloved principle was founded on the weekend. we will have a live report. >> a deadly shooting at a maryland university, one student killed and another wounded. details on who ♪ [ woman ] nine iron, it's almost tee-time. time for new zyrtec® liquid gels. they work fast. so i can get relief from the pollen that used to make me sneeze, my eyes water.
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>> moments away, the bo diddley school shooting in maryland and the crime hitting close to home. >> students go back to class for the first time since the popular principle was found murdered. >> everybody wants to get home, but we just have to wait. >> and the long wait could be coming to an end for stranded passengers as the skies over europe begin to clear. good morning washinton begins right now. >> live, and in hd, this is abc 7's good morning washington, on your side. >> good morning, washington. 6:00 on this monday, april 19. i am doug mcelway. >> i am natasha barrett in for alison starling. >> i am natasha barrett in for alison starling.

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